Tagged: Vancouver

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Working on women’s hockey

by Joe McFarland Almost as soon as the Vancouver 2010 competition began, the questions started swirling about whether or not women’s hockey belonged in the Olympics. Was the field competitive enough or would it...

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Memorial march honours dead and missing women

by Kelsey Hipkin Bringing attention to and honouring the thousands of women either killed or missing in Canada, the second annual Valentine’s Day Women’s Memorial March will take place on Feb.14. The walk, which...

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Cougars football past and present

by Kelsey Hipkin “Ground, set, HUT!” Since Mount Royal reached its university status, people might be thinking they’ll be hearing those words from a Mount Royal Cougar Football field near you. If you were one...

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Finding that perfect balance

by Sean-Paul Boynton “I think you really need that combination of the academic and the practical. To spend time with the instrument, that creates a huge upside to teaching.” To say that Tyler Hornby...

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Olympic forecast

by Katie Turner During the 16-day Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canadian athletes will feel the pressure of being on home-turf but according to one official, the athletes are more than ready. Along with being...

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Athletes are true ambassadors

by Aisha Vance As millions of people invade the Olympic city of Vancouver and the excitement of corporate products, sponsors and entertainment sets in, it’s easy to forget about the athletes that are taking...

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Team Canada part deux

by Joe McFarland     Guest Columnist You have to feel for Steve Yzerman and Co. He’s assembled what he thinks is the best 23-man roster that Canada has to offer. Win gold and he’ll be...

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Exposing the student body

Thank you very much to everyone who took time out of his or her holidays to fill out our annual sex survey. The questions were based on previous columns and ideas for future columns,...